Results from the 2023 Show can be found below. Photos all courtesy of Cupar Camera Club unless otherwise stated.  Click into the Gallery to see a snapshot of this year’s Show. Well done to all who feature, especially those taking Championships.

Champion of Champions went to Wilson A. Peters with his Commerical Cattle Champion.


Pedigree Cattle Interbreed was taken by A & S Campbell’s Belted Galloway heifer, Clifton Violet.                   


Dairy Cattle Interbreed Championship was won by J & I Wilson’s Holstein, Billincoat Secretariat Veronese.  

The Sheep Interbreed title went to Stewart Lathangie’s Suffolk Ewe.    


The Supreme In-Hand Horse Championship went to RH Black with Collessie Honeysuckle.    

Well done also to Isla Miller and Ha Durran Finlay who took the first HOYS Driven Heavy Horse Championship qualifier to be held in Scotland; to Libby Findlay who won the Dog Show with her English Pointer, Willow just edging out Paulina Zajac’s Scottish Terrier, Piper; and to the winners in the Pet Show – Harris Younie with his Blue Beveren rabbit, Dode, and Millie Armstrong with her guinea pig, Blossom.


Amy McConville won the Eggs Competition    

while the Open Champion in the Home Produce section was Mrs Margaret Whiteford.

The Dog Scurry was a very close competition with Past President Andrew Stevenson just losing out for the second year in a row. Rebecca Drake was fastest with Bing in a time of 18.26 seconds; Andrew Stevenson came second with Willow in 19.4 seconds with Sally Penrice and Flo third in 20.9 seconds.

Annual passes, very kindly donated by the Scottish Deer Centre, are winging their way to Lucy Shaw (aged 9yrs) in Glenrothes and Lauren Whiteside (aged 10yrs) in Monikie as the winners of our Showground Trail competition – well done girls for answering the questions correctly!

Lucy has already enjoyed  a day out at the Centre.   

The Scarecrow Competition, open to all schools in the local area, was won by Springfield Primary with “Hay-ry Haggis”.  Second place went to “Fantastic Mr Fox” from St. Monans Primary with  “Wedding” from Newport Primary School in third place.


    The winner of the Best Small Trade Stand was Nelsons of Culross with their ice cream stand


    while the Best Large Trade Stand trpohy went to Top Tyres Fife –

well done to both Fife Show regulars!

Trophy Results

Cattle Results

Sheep Results

Heavy Horse Results

Light Horse Results

Egg Show Results

Home Produce Results

Showjumping Results



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